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pack sth in

informal
verb uk phrasal verb with pack   /pæk/ us  
to stop doing something: This course is really tough, - sometimes I feeling like packing it all in.pack it in! UK informal said to rudely tell someone to stop doing something that is annoying you: Pack it in, Julie - I'm trying to read.
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